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murdoch. >> if i was running that company right now with all of the problems and difficulties and the mess frankly that there is, i think they should be focused on clearing this up rather than on the next corporate move. >> the affliction spreads as of the news international papers are accused of invading the privacy of gordon brown and his family. "newsnight" has new details of how mr. brown reacted when rebecca brooks broke the story of his son's illness. >> it's happened at the moment mr. murdoch was poised to take an even bigger role in british life. and his ambitions. rumors swirling around news international this afternoon are to save, rupert murdoch might dump all of its u.k. newspapers. >> more accusations to the placement were corrupted in exchange for information. also tonight, enough air conditioning to play football in the desert. how did he touch with a smaller population than west yorkshire persuade fever to let and stage the world cup? >> attack on 2020 is because it fits the purchased the people of in the mind. arab nation could not have one. >> no one it seems was safe fro
-hacking scandal with rupert murdoch and his son james. along with former news international executive rebeckah brooks. they testify at a british parliamentary committee about allegations on phone-hacking and police bribery at the british tabloid. that is live at 9:30 a.m. eastern on c-span3 >> now bbc "newsnight"'s coverage of aldations of -- allegations at rupert murdoch's british tabloid, "news of the world". this is almost an hour. >> tonight scotland yard in turmoil. another resignation of the top. police biggest casualty of the phone-hacking scandal. assistant commissioner john yates follow his boss's example quits more in anger than in sorrow. >> there continues to be a huge amount of inaccurate, ill-informed and on occasion down right malicious gossip being published about me personally. >> another bizarre twist tonight. sean hoare the initial "news of the world" whistle blower is found dead. david cameron cuts short of visit to africa. >> i'm determined to get to the bottom of it. >> tonight we examine the damage he is suffering and the state of the met. then we'll talk about that comm
my own personal apologies to the apologies that james and rupert murdoch have made today. clearly, um, what happened at the "news of the world" and certainly when the allegations of voice intercepts is pretty horrific and abhorrent, so i just wanted to reiterate that. i also, um, was very keen to come here and answer questions today, and as you know, i've been arrested and interviewed by the police a couple of days ago. so i have, um, legal representation here just so i don't, um, impede those criminal proceedings which you would expect. but i intend to answer everything as openly as i can and not to use that, if at all possible, and i know you will have had a briefing -- [inaudible] >> well, we are grateful for that. so perhaps i could invite you to comment that you now accept that "news of the world" journalists were, indeed, instructed to investigate -- is actually untrue? >> well, again, um, as you've heard in the last few hours, the fact is that since the zien that miller -- sienna miller document came into our possession at the end of 2010, that was the first time that the senio
with testimony from rupert murdoch and chairman ceo and also his son james murdoch. the hearing wrapped up and they resumed after a brief interruption in london after a protester threw what appeared to be foam pie at mr. murdoch. here's what happened this morning. >> the last question and i will try to be a few very specific questions that i would like to ask you. starting with you mr. james murdoch, you've been over at length the differences and to pay the settlements, can you just tell me whether or not the settlements included a confidentiality clause and maybe the other settlements did not? [screaming] >> again, part of the disruption today at the phone hacking scandal in london, a parliament hearing that was underway and ran three hours or so. we're going to show that to you later on in our program schedule and we also want to remind you tomorrow on here on c-span2, we will be covering the statement of prime minister david cameron that will get underway at 6:30 eastern live here tomorrow morning on c-span2. we're hoping to take you live to the white house for the briefing with jay car
. with walter, i've known him ever since the '70s. when he was working for the paper pre-rupert murdoch. i was in london dreaming of one day becoming a blogger in america. i can't wait to read walter's new book on steve jobs. it's safe to say that right now walter is probably the only man in washington who was making jobs at a priority. [laughter] [applause] >> and i also loved his other autobiography on henry kissinger, and partly because henry kissinger was the first man to reassure me when i moved to new york that having an accent was not a problem. [laughter] he said to me, you can never underestimate in the american public the complete advantages of other income for his. [laughter] >> there's no question that not just at this time but particularly this week, media is an incredible time of transition. i happened to be in london and we are launching the "huffington post" u.k. when the phone hacking scandal started. and it was amazing to see two things. first of all, how all fashion and a credibly irrelevant, the debate between all media -- old media new media. there was an institution o
she is suffering then we will talk about the committee hearing with rupert murdoch to moral. the united states cannot the said it would stop killing pakistani civilians with their drums but we have evidence that says it is wrong. >> host: good evening is britain's biggest and most police force incompetent or corrupt or both? public confidence in the police is rocking after two high-profile resignations and he admits he took some day o working for the mad at the same time reporters if they were only on unthinking terms of made other officers deeply uncomfortable but the. but always it did tangs have lower it is about judgment and but here they're used to be regular meetings between news of the world journalist and stephen sin and john yates to discuss the stories of nine told the relationship was incredibly close. >> of former commissioner met with the executive 18 times in four years but tonight it seems it was much closer than this. >> is there any element of the relationship between the police and the news of the world? that stop them from pursuing the hacking? >> the man
chairman and ceo rupert murdoch has now agreed to testify to appear tuesday before british parliament committee. >> part of the u.s. delegation attending the independent day similar. thursday he testified before the senate foreign relations committee about u.s. politics toward sudan and south sudan. including continued military conflicts in the region along with the two nations border and disagreements over oil revenues shoot. this evening is 90 minutes. >> -- this meeting is 90 minut minutes. >> the hearing will come to order. thank you all very much for being here this morning. ambassador lyman, it is a great privilege to welcome you back to the committee we appreciate enormously the work that you are doing as the president's special envoy to sudan. and i want to just thank you personally. i've had a chance to see you working in many meetings that we've had together there in sudan, and i've been extraordinary impressed by your steady, calm, tireless commitment to working under difficult circumstances to make progress. it's the essence of good diplomacy, and i really congratulate you
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